A systems approach ensures that all departments, supervisors, and managers are up to date on their responsibilities related to anti-harassment, including awareness of recent updates, precedents, and legislation.
Design a prevention and resolution process for harassment complaints.
Ensure all employees have been trained and oriented to maintain a respectful workplace and a harassment-free environment.
We can help you put your systematic process in place.
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View Joyce’s interview on CTV with tips to help employers respond to harassment and bullying.
We provide a range of strategies to improve respect at work, including a signature series of Relational Well-being webinars and resources, including our collaborative management certification for managers.
We have been providing harassment investigations for our clients for over a decade. (clients such as Red River College, Assiniboine Community College, University College of the North and others).
Laws and legislations make it clear that workplaces should strive to reduce incidents of harassment, discrimination, disrespect and bullying. Every organization should adhere to the Canada Human Rights Code, Workplace Health and Safety legislation and labour laws to ensure that they are complying with the legislative requirements. Not knowing is no longer an excuse. Every organization needs to have a way to thoroughly investigate allegations of harassment, bullying, discrimination, or disrespectful behavior to ensure that the truth is uncovered and that appropriate actions are taken. Contact us for help.
You can call us at 1-877-999-9591 for support in developing your respectful workplace program!